Woodwing adds WordPress to Enterprise publishing

WoodWing Software released version 9.2 of its multi-channel publishing system Enterprise. It’s now possible to centralise publication of content to WordPress sites thanks to a new WordPress connector that allows publishers and brands to transparently integrate WordPress as a new channel in their publishing and communication processes. 

Content Station, the editorial management application of Enterprise, follows the same easy three-step process as for any other digital channel when it’s publishing to a WordPress site: Creation of a dossier, authoring of text and images, and the immediate publication of the article. The latest version of Content Station makes it easier to quickly update properties of multiple assets such as their status, next assigned worker in line, copyright information, and other metadata.

The new version also makes it easier to repurpose content from WordPress to other forms including social media, mobile, other CMS systems, in print and on tablets – and vice versa. It also supports Adobe InDesign CC and InCopy CC through a Smart Connection panel that lets Adobe users search and browse, open layouts, place images, save versions, and route documents to others according to the pre-defined workflows. The Smart Connection plug-in now allows the replacing of an image in the layout with a file in a different format – all while the version control features of Enterprise help keep track of the changes.

Further details from woodwing.com





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